KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Cancer – Step Outside The Box (Part 3)

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Posted on 17th August 2011 by admin in Health Alerts |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC Craichy talks with best-selling author Ty Bollinger about what you should do when you or someone you love is diagnosed with cancer.

Audio Transcription

Welcome to Living Fuel TV. I’m KC Craichy. So you or a loved one has received a diagnosis of cancer. You’re devastated. What do you do? Well, I’m here with special guest, a best selling author, Ty Bollinger,”Cancer: Step Outside the Box“.

Ty: Great to be here, KC.

KC: Glad to have you, brother. So, what does one do if you receive this horrible diagnosis, regardless of the type of cancer in my opinion, and I’m very interested in what you have to say, that the first thing is radical nutrition. You can no longer afford to eat junk food and sugars and all those sort of things. You have to clean up the temple and really radically change nutrition. The other thing that I would say, immediately, and we talked in the last segment, the Moss Report, and we’ll put it on the website for the Moss Report, because I can’t think of what it is right now what it’s called, Cancer Options or something to that effect.

Ty: Yeah, I can’t remember.

KC: If someone has a diagnosis of any kind of cancer, you can send your information to Ralph Moss, who was former head of cancer patients at Sloan- Kettering…

Ty: Sloan-Kettering.

KC: …Sloan-Kettering in New York, and you can send it for a pretty reasonable fee, they will give you a thick report on whatever kind of cancer that you might be dealing with and include the conventional treatments, the success of the conventional treatments, various alternative treatments and the types of success they have with the alternative treatments and who is doing them, and they put you on a report where they give you the latest information as it comes out.

Ty: Right.

KC: This is a clinical report we can actually hand to a doctor and say, “Here’s the information, I’m interested in this, this and this…

Ty: Right.

KC: …but not this”, and the doctors don’t argue with clinical documents. They argue with when you go to the Internet and you print some wacky thing out. So tell us, if you had or your loved ones had such a diagnosis, what would be the steps you would take?

Ty: Great question, because I get that question all the time and emails from cancer patients. What should I do? I have to make it clear, I’m not a doctor. I don’t diagnose disease or treat disease, so all I can do is give you a hypothetical of what I would do, so if it were me or my family, cancer is primarily, in my opinion, the disease that is from a compromised immune system due in large part to the environmental toxins. We are exposed to toxins on a daily basis. It’s in the food we eat, pesticides, insecticides, fungicides.

KC: Air, water.

Ty: It’s in our air, it’s in the water we drink. If you’re drinking from a municipal water supply, you’re drinking fluoridated water.

KC: It’s radiation, medical radiation.

Ty: We are being bombarded with external toxins, and so that is one of the factors that most likely caused the cancer. Another factor in today’s American diet is the food that you’ve been eating has most likely contributed to your cancer, because the foods that we eat, if you’re eating out you’re eating hydrogenated oils, which are fake fats, which ruin the electron makeup of your cell walls. You’re eating foods that are suppressing your immune system. You’re drinking sodas that are extremely acidic, which is a breeding ground for cancer, so there are all kinds of things that you’ve likely been doing in your diet that you have to make a radical change if you’ve been diagnosed with cancer in order to recover from the cancer. Me personally, the first thing I do is I make a radical change in my diet, which I wouldn’t have to do, because I eat a clean diet, but if I were eating junk food and eating out, I’d radically change my diet. I would get on a number of supplements. I know we’re not going to plug SuperGreens Living Fuel that you have, one of your products, but personally my family takes it every day. I drink it, my wife drinks it, all my kids drink it, because we believe it’s that good of a nutritional supplement. So, you have to radically change your diet. You have to stop eating and consuming the foods that contribute to the cancer in the first place and then your next step is, because your body is toxic, you must do a full body detox. I believe that is one of the missing pieces of the puzzle that even a lot of alternative natural cancer researchers and doctors miss, is they do not do a full body detox. If you have cancer as a result of toxic overload, it only makes sense that in order to cure the cancer you must detox the toxins. A full body detox and then there’s a chapter in my book called Spoiled Rotten that details all the way from a colon cleanse to a parasite cleanse to a kidney cleanse to liver, gall and then a blood cleanse, all in a row. Once you’ve done that, you’ve detoxed the body, you’ve gotten rid of the toxins that were likely one of the factors that caused the cancer, you radically changed your diet and now you can be on the road to recovery.

KC: Even if you should decide to go with the chemo and the drugs and surgery.

Ty: Yeah.

KC: Even if that is a logical approach.

Ty: Yes, because if you clean up your diet properly, you’re going to begin stimulating your immune system and if you stimulate your immune system, then you’re going to be able to mitigate the damage that’s caused by chemo, because it will hurt your immune system while it’s killing the cancer cells.

KC: You know, I really am grieved oftentimes when I get an email or call from someone that says, my doctor said to stop doing the SuperHealth Diet during my chemo because it’s going to block the action of the chemo and whatever else.

Ty: That’s absurd.

KC: It’s absurd. In fact, some research I read said that the average life expectancy post chemo is 360 days in certain cancers, but when you have high nutrient dense with antioxidants it goes up to 3000 days, like ten times as long.

Ty: Yes, and why is that, KC? Because chemotherapy kills cancer cells, I will not dispute that. It also kills your immune system and if you can get on an immune stimulating diet, then the chemo can kill the cancer cells and if you can keep your immune system up, you can recover from it and live a long time, whereas without it your immune system may be devastated to such an extent that the chemo not only kills the cancer it kills you, too.

KC: I often say go ahead and skip super nutrition on the chemo days, but on the off days go back to hitting it hard or being extreme clean in your diet and so on.

Ty: Yes.

KC: These are really helpful tips. Now, the one thing that we left out on your side is that decision making process. These things are important to talk about no matter what way that they decide to go with their treatment options.

Ty: Right.

KC: And whether that be conventional, alternative, whatever the case may be.

Ty: Sure.

KC: So when they have a diagnosis and they only have to rely on the single doctor that made that diagnosis, what are the steps they can take to get some other information from people with the credentials to look at their specific situation and help them in the decision making process?

Ty: Well, to be honest with you, at that point you’ve got to already have done your homework. You’ve got to have done it before the diagnosis, because at the diagnosis time you are going to be in a tizzy, OK? Your world has just come to an end as you know it, and that’s not the time to begin getting informed, if you can have access to information like in my book or many other good books beforehand.

KC: OK. I’m agreeing with you 100%, but right now today somebody has received a diagnosis and they need help.

Ty: Right.

KC: And they don’t have your book yet.

Ty: Right.

KC: They’re going to get your book and they’re going to read your book.

Ty: Yes.

KC: They need an oncologist who understands, like the one we talked about yesterday that’s an MD, oncologist and a naturopathic oncologist.

Ty: Yes.

KC: A guy like that can give you input about it, yes, because oftentimes you hear this, “Hey there’s nothing we can do, but we’re going to do this anyway.”

Ty: Yeah.

KC: If your doctor says there’s nothing we can do, but we’re going to try chemo and radiation, even though chemo and radiation hasn’t worked in the literature, it’s really probably not the ideal path to take.

Ty: No.

KC: You’ve got to step back and understand it and if you want to go that route, then make that decision on your own, with some other counseling.

Ty: What they’re telling you in that situation, KC, is we’re going to try you as a guinea pig here, because I don’t think it’s going to work, but we’re going to give it a shot anyway and you’re the guinea pig, you’re the human guinea pig. That’s not acceptable to me.

KC: And many times, people get these treatments after the doctors say, “Go home, there’s nothing we can do for you.”

Ty: Right.

KC: And how often do these treatments happen at that point? Often.

Ty: Often, and that’s one of the issues is that if you have a compromised immune system from chemo and radiation, it’s going to be harder to treat your cancer than if you had not compromised your immune system, so the immune system, in my opinion, is the key. You’ve got to keep your immune system boosted, because that’s the natural mechanism that God gave your bodies to fight off disease.

KC: And those on chemo, oftentimes they die of nutritional deficiency.

Ty: Yes.

KC: Not of the cancer itself. Ty: Yes.

KC: Now, the chemo has made it so hard to eat and drink that they actually die of starvation.

Ty: It’s called the cachexia cycle. Their body wastes away and begins to digest itself.

KC: We have some cancer centers that told us that they’re taking SuperBerry and they’re making popsicles out of it in the freezer, and so the patients can actually take a Popsicle with SuperBerry and put it in their mouth. Because they have lesions in their mouth. They can’t put anything in their mouth, but that ice actually freezes the lesions and make them feel good and it gives them nutrients along the way.

Ty: That’s great.

KC: It’s really fascinating. We didn’t come up with that idea the cancer center did.

Ty: That’s great.

KC: But it’s really cool. Awesome information.

Ty: Thank you, KC.

KC: God bless you, brother.

Ty: God bless you, too.

KC: I sure hope you enjoyed it. God bless you and have a great day.

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